New Photo’s and Details of the Blackberry R10 Emerge
New details surrounding the Blackberry R10 have emerged. With all the hype surrounding the latest in Android and what Apple will do next, it’s easy to forget that one of the best phone makers in the business have just reinvented themselves. Blackberry has recently been on a roll producing new variation of their timeless designs that pack in the likes of Blackberry OS 10. Blackberry 10 is a powerful new operating system that has seen its time on the flagship devices with the newly launched Z10 and Q10 models, and now it looks like further proof of Blackberry 10 trickling down to us regular folk is becoming a reality.
Earlier this month pictures of a nonworking Blackberry R10 surfaced to the top of the interwebs showing off what the handset would most likely look like. While the leaked photos gave us an idea what to expect in our hand, it left question as to what the R10 packs inside. New details, as well as a new picture of the R10 have been brought to light. While the QWERTY keyboard made the Blackberry a mainstay amongst consumers the touch screen has taken over, but that hasn’t stopped the company formerly known as RIM to produce the keyboard loving flagship Q10 and now the likes of the R10. Poised to be the QWERTY Blackberry 10 for the ‘rest of us’, the R10 is not expected to win any benchmark tournaments but is however slated to be affordable and functional! According to new details leaked by DGtle.com, the R10 should start with a 3.1 inch 720×720 touch screen an 1800 mAh battery, 8 GB of internal storage, 2 GB of RAM and a rear facing 5 mega pixel camera. While the details on what’s inside stop there, the picture confirms a black model to go alongside the red and white variations previously shown off. The R10 series handset is expected to go official sometime this month.
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